Membership includes a monthly luncheon and meeting to hear various experts discuss current exhibitions, some aspect of the Cincinnati Art Museum’s permanent collection, or taking an off-site tour to a collection of interest.

The Women’s Committee supports the Cincinnati Art Museum by offering informative programs for members, promoting participation in Museum activities, and raising funds. Since its inception in 1973, the Women’s Committee has financially assisted with art purchases, special exhibits and other Museum needs.

Annual Dues | $40

To be included in the 2017-18 Member Directory, dues must be received by October 1, 2017.

For more information, please contact the Development Department at [email protected] or (513) 639-2964.


Download the 2018-2019 Women's Committee Events Calendar


JANUARY 28, 2019


Artists Curtis Goldstein and Matt Lynch will talk about how they created the vibrant 7½-foot-square Formica mosaic murals that hang outside of the Fath Auditorium. Using the artist Winold Reiss’ Cincinnati Union Terminal murals as a point of departure, these recently created mosaics depict important industries in Cincinnati today. The Women’s Committee purchased the Rookwood Pottery mural for the museum’s permanent collection (last year with Holiday Market funds).

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FEBRUARY 25, 2019


Emily Bauman, Photography Curatorial Assistant, will walk us through the largest online retrospective art project dedicated to commemorating the life and legacy of Frida Kahlo.  Faces of Frida gives access to a virtual collection composed of more than 800 iconic pieces including 700 photos, letters and portraits that you can enjoy in different ways through Google Arts & Culture technology. The retrospective includes Bauman’s curated Frida Kahlo: Photographic Portraits by Bernard Silberstein.


MARCH 25, 2019


Peter Jonathan Bell, Associate Curator of European Art, will present a lecture on his highly anticipated exhibition, Paris 1900. It will include over 300 works on loan from the collections of the City of Paris Museums – including paintings, decorative art, costumes, posters, photographs, jewelry, and sculptures – and will immerse the visitor in the atmosphere of the Belle Époque, when more than ever before Paris was seen as a sparkling beacon of luxury, sophistication and culture. 


APRIL 29, 2019




Sue Schertzer - Chair 
Theresa Liguzinski- Vice Chair 
Anne Chasser - Past Chair 
Nancy Virgulak - Treasurer 

Judy Adams 
Evelyn Banzhaf-McCord 
Ellen Dick 
Gail Forberg 
Patsy Gaines 
Jackie Lett-Brown 
Mary Lou Mueller  
Patsy Pike 
Mary Ran
Rosemary Schlachter 
Elizabeth Tinklenberg 
Heidi Toelke 
Mary Ann Weiss
Kathleen Wilkins